Creating custom exceptions

Creating custom exceptions

Postby alfrye » Wed 12 May 2010 19:08

I am trying to create a custom exception class when I get a specific errors returned from the postgresql database. From my code I am calling a store procedure in postgres that is using the raise exception command when certain conditions are met. I would like to have a custom exception class in my app that will catch this specific error returned by the store procedure.
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Postby StanislavK » Mon 17 May 2010 15:37

As I can understand, you need to perform the following steps:

1. Add raising a custom exception to the stored procedure.
2. Create a custom exception class, for example, CustomException.
3. Raise CustomException when catching PgSqlException with some custom properties, like in the following sample:
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try {
   // Execute the procedure here.   
catch (PgSqlException pgEx) {
   string code = "Some custom code";
   if (pgEx.ErrorCode == code)
      throw new CustomException("Some custom message", pgEx);       

Please tell us if some of these steps cause difficulties.
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